Vancouver City Hall Corruption—This time involves denying a homeless advocate food on Christmas

It is sad to report that Kathleen Llewellyn-Thomas who was fired from Toronto City Hall then got hired at Vancouver City Hall is now AGAIN accused of wrong doing. This time she supported the abuse of a homeless advocate and even supported not allowing him to eat on Christmas day.  Help us seek justice.

Kathleen Thomas supported the banning the founder of BC Homeless Advocacy FROM EATING at the cafeteria because he

Kathleen Llewellyn-Thomas
Denied a homeless advocated the right to eat on Christmas day

criticized another hostile feminist.  Just for criticizing her, she denied him the right to eat during Christmas.

Kathleen Llewellyn-Thomas had no problem denying food to the homeless advocate on Christmas Day !!  Is that why she only lasted 4 months when she worked for the Toronto City Hall?

Please note that all the staff at the Gathering Place know Johnny Zakharia and deeply respect him.  He even gave a couple of Christmas presents to a few staff.

Please join us in contacting Kathleen Llewellyn-Thomas and demand she step down again, before she gets fired again.

http://vancouver.ca/news-calendar/kathleen-llewellyn-thomas.aspx

Also. Please join us in contacting the Vancouver City Manager, Sadhu Aufochs Johnston and ask him why a homeless advocate was denied the right to eat on Christmas day at the Gathering Place.  Will he fired Kathleen Thomas or pretend nothing happened ?

http://vancouver.ca/news-calendar/corporate-management-team-sadhu-aufochs-johnston.aspx

 

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